RE – found objects

RE is my favourite shop EVER! It’s tucked away behind a garage in Corbridge in Northumberland, and I could spend hours browsing their amazing homewares, stationery, haberdashery and everything else you didn’t know you wanted. The staff are always welcoming and helpful too – it’s generally a brilliant place 🙂 I’ve been quite a few times over the past few months and have put together a little gallery of photos. But don’t worry if you can’t visit in person, you can buy online on their website! 🙂

 

 

There is also the most amazing till in RE – thanks to my lovely friend Becky for these fab photos! 🙂

 

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  • theglasslantern

    27.01.2014 at 13:25 Reply

    I have been meaning to go to Re- found- love their website and interesting gifts- you’ve reminded me of it so I’ll have to go and have a wander round some time!

    • Clare

      28.01.2014 at 15:55 Reply

      I’m sure you’d love it – so many gorgeous things! 🙂

  • Boomdeeadda

    27.01.2014 at 19:55 Reply

    Thanks so much for the tour Clare. I would be in there forever and Mr B would have to find a bench to read his book. Hoping they have one for the hubbies near by LOL. Love the rugs and runners and so many other goodies. Everything looks better on a pedestal plate doesn’t it! I haven’t been here, but I’m dying to on my next trip to California. So incase you ever find your way there, I’ll clip it here. Have a fab day

    http://www.pinterest.com/pin/138837600986661736/

    • Clare

      28.01.2014 at 15:59 Reply

      It’s a pleasure! There is a very good pub just around the corner – it must be for the men spending hours waiting for women like us having a good old browse! 😉 I love your link too, thank you for sharing! I’ve never been to America but would love to…getting a new kitchen this year though so holidays are on the backburner! Hope you have a fab day too! 🙂 xxx

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